Is being a gay person really special? I don’t think so.
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« on: January 08, 2018, 02:28:33 pm »

that’s only my thoughts no offended to anyone and anything.

This forum is my only homosexual related forum, I have been here for years, I read lots of posts, there’s a strange and contradictory attitude for being gay. they said they are special to straights and the need equal rights. that sounds ridiculous, you separated yourself from folks ask for rights. I don’t think that’s really equality. there are many homosexual peoples in the world that’s the result of evolution. The only difference between gay and straight is fuck an ass or a pussy. there’s not big difference anymore. The final equality of sexual orientation is no special for all of orientations. no guilty or weaknesses for orientation.

I’m a gay but I don’t proud of it, just like no straight will announce there proud of sexual orientation.

My thoughts “no special, common rights”
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« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2018, 05:42:34 am »

My guess is you are closeted and not open to hardly anyone.  Will never experience the freedom to marry who you choose and live the way you want. Might even adhere to some religious doctrine that sees's your behavior as abnormal and possibly worthy of a death penalty.
All people should be able to live their life as they see fit and that life should not be excluded from anything by laws from bigoted and hateful people based on some religious text that you don't adhere to.
So are gay people special? No, just different.
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« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2018, 03:59:53 am »

Will never experience the freedom to marry who you choose and live the way you want.

no, I think I own the life I wanted. Just like my brother said it’s meaningless for us living together or having sex, we have done it for our curiosity, that’s enough. There are more things in the future waiting for us, let’s keep together as brothers. Even if he can have baby for me, I won’t marry him, We are crossness, we will quarrel in a week and scuffle in a month. We are males. I need a gentle woman to care my silly daily life. I think I’m the most common gay person who lives in the world with large populations. I mean like most of the straight people, gay is just small difference in sexual hobby. so no more special. there are male and female slut in our world, they will get their ‘prize’.

Still can’t understand why open relationship is still popular in gay couples
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« Reply #3 on: January 20, 2018, 06:03:26 am »

that’s only my thoughts no offended to anyone and anything.

This forum is my only homosexual related forum, I have been here for years, I read lots of posts, there’s a strange and contradictory attitude for being gay. they said they are special to straights and the need equal rights. that sounds ridiculous, you separated yourself from folks ask for rights. I don’t think that’s really equality. there are many homosexual peoples in the world that’s the result of evolution. The only difference between gay and straight is fuck an ass or a pussy. there’s not big difference anymore. The final equality of sexual orientation is no special for all of orientations. no guilty or weaknesses for orientation.

I’m a gay but I don’t proud of it, just like no straight will announce there proud of sexual orientation.

My thoughts “no special, common rights”

As a community we separated ourselves to protect ourselves and surround ourselves by understanding people without having the never ending parade of ugly coming at you from a whole new kind of stupid. Have you ever been called a Fag, assumed to be a paedo because you like men or even beaten up? I have, I ended up in hospital for 13 weeks for being gay. You think we don't need equal rights? Basically you want us to go back to these dark times. (And news flash, they are not over, not fully.). Some Arabic countries the penalty for being gay is still death.

We are not saying we are Special little snowflakes. We are proud of where we have come from and the hardships we and those before us had to endure. We are not asking to be special, we are asking to be seen as equal and not penalized based on who we love.

I have fought for gay rights in my own country, and will continue to do so until I die.  I suggest you look back at our history, we are not asking to be special we are asking for acceptance without exception. Huge difference.

I am proud to be gay, for me that is remembering the path we have taken to get to the freedoms you take for granted today.

Lets look at your country (Presuiming your flags correct)

Violence and discrimination against LGBT people in Mongolia are fairly common and often not reported to police. In 2001, a lesbian woman was raped, abducted and stabbed by two men. In 2009, an ultra-nationalist neo-Nazi group kidnapped three transgender women and sexually assaulted them. None of these crimes were reported to the police for fear of victimization. In February 2014, a gay man was sexually assaulted by a neo-Nazi group.  Following public outcry from the LGBT community and civil society organizations, the Government of Mongolia announced in May 2014 that it would consider anti-discrimination legislation to protect LGBT people.

On 3 December 2015, the Mongolian Parliament adopted a new Criminal Code that prohibits discrimination, with the protected grounds including sexual orientation, gender identity and health status. In August 2017, the LGBT Centre began training more than 100 police officers on what hate crimes are and how to properly handle them. The Criminal Code's coming into force was planned for 1 September 2016, however, the newly elected Cabinet postponed the date to 1 July 2017.

If you think this is acceptable then I will just stop talking. I think everyone has the right to live without fear and intimidation regardless of race, sexual orientation etc.
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« Reply #4 on: January 22, 2018, 05:31:13 pm »

that’s only my thoughts no offended to anyone and anything.

no offence, you just make some confusion...

there isn't anything special in being gay or straight...

except the fact that if you are gay some people want to kill you or to shame you... while for being straight that almost never happens...

when was the last time a son has been thrown out of home by parents... for being heterosexual ?

also being proud doesn't mean claiming to be special, but means claiming you will not accept to be ashamed of who you are.

as a straight male who doesn't hide the fact he has a girlfriend, then a proud gay will not hide the fact he has a boyfriend...

i am not saying a proud gay has to tell everyone he has a boyfriend... but when they ask you: will you arrive alone ? you will say no, with Paul
and when they will ask you... who is this Paul ? you will say, he is my boyfriend.
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« Reply #5 on: January 24, 2018, 10:16:24 pm »

kenjysn1, if you saw people beating up a gay person, would you try to stop it? Or would you just say, its none of my business. Or would you join in on the beating to push suspicion off of you?
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